Travel Blogs from Merida
... to to go ... only to discover we had a long way to go as the match in question was in Merida, Spain! Fortunately CF Merida were also playing, somewhat closer to home, so we made their match against Necaxa. Our ticket was 70 pesos - £3.50 for both of us and the beer was only £1! I'm no fan, but the whole experience was fun, seeing the team mascot - a deer, the cheerleaders, fireworks, ...
... her; if I had to guess I'd say she was in her early to mid 40s. No other students had signed up for the next couple of weeks so it would be just her and I for at least a few lessons. We started slowly - a run-through of the various Spanish questions before she encouraged me to ask her a few on various subjects like work, film and transport.
I really enjoyed the lesson and I think I'm going to continue to, despite the ...
... wheel her 14 year-old son up to me, both of us smiling, and I bend down to hug and kiss his cheek as is customary in Mexico. He is beaming. I blow him a kiss, and he returns as best he can. Knowing that Mexico has such a machismo culture, something I've been slightly worried about, I am incredibly happy, warmed and feel somewhat that I've received some sort of positive sign about the trip that this encounter was my first experience with "machismo" flirting. We leave the ...
... hurting from regurgitating Spanish half heard from the back of a
language lesson. The kids were all really great though, and a few of them
really were very good at the language thing, to the point where it put us to
shame. The best part of each lesson was all the kids with ten minutes to go
turning to the front of their vocab books to look up ‘to play’, and then
proceeding to point (always at me) and make the counting actions to show that I
... and ready to roll at 0900, suggesting to Ann, Gary, Kathleen and the Translator that it was a grouping of the beautiful people and Sarki, the laughter much to my room mate's regret. Had trouble trying to think of anything other than 'hoser' re a derogatory term for a Canuck.
Fabian said we could have a private transfer and Chitzen Itza guide for 160 pesos but it gives us greater freedom for the 0630 start to try to beat the crowds at one of the seven new ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking